Pseudo-tzaddiks just don't have so many big name rabbis and true tzaddikim describing them in the same way that people describe Rav Berland, or have so many ordinary people giving over their own experiences of the supernatural miracles they've seen as a result of doing a pidyon nefesh with Rav Berland, or taking his advice in other areas of their life.
There's a ton of these types of stories and interviews with big tzaddikim in the book, too, but in the meantime, I also just wanted to draw your attention to some interesting things that recently came out on the Rav's website, if you're still struggling a little with your inner sceptic.
1) Rav Berland and the Near Death Experience of Revital Levy - Revital's first-hand experience of being a secular woman who 'died' and was being judged in the heavenly court, when Rav Berland intervened to get her sent down for a second chance.
2) The late Rav Yoram Abergil,ztl, explaining that Rav Berland controls all 24 of the heavenly courts.
3) 166 audio interviews with / about a whole bunch of tzaddikim, who are speaking very highly of Rav Berland - the interviews are all in Hebrew, but they are listed nicely on the page, and they include people like: Rav Shteinman, Rav Ovadia, ztl, Rav Moshe Halberstam, ztl, Rav Kook, Rav Abuchatzeira, Rav Badani, the Tosher Rebbe, Rav Karp, Rav Bransdorfer, and around another 150 more...
You can't fake this stuff!
Click the pink to listen / hear it for yourself.
When the Rav gets released from prison, may it be soon, BH, all the slander is going to kick off again. Don't be fooled by it!
Rav Berland is kadosh kadoshim. You simply can't find secular people, big rabbis, and non-Breslevers who would be willing to say the sorts of things so many people are saying about Rav Berland ruling the 24 Heavenly courts, performing open miracles and being the holiest boy in yeshiva, even 60 years' ago, if it wasn't true...
Don't let the 'fake news' about Rav Berland fool you!
BH, the book is currently being fact-checked, before being sent off to the proof-reader, and then the designer. We hope to have it available for purchase sometime between Purim and Pesach, and I will keep you posted.
Thanks to everyone who's contributed so far to the print costs. So far, we've managed to raise just under half the amount we need to print the first 1,000 copies, so if you'd like to contribute, click HERE, or click the picture of the book at the top of the sidebar to go through to the donations page for the book on Shuvu Banim.